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San Cristobal de La H. Muralla

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San Cristobal de La H. Cigars
Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made
Presentation: Two layers in a box of 25

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Review #39: After reading all these review here, it really got me convinced to have one lit.No doubt,it was a very good looking in the eye and good construction. But I wasn't impressed with the taste and the aroma. Just simply plain and more to herbal taste, I taste no spice in this stick. It only changes a bit of the taste when it reach almost the end 2/3.I think for the money I paid for this stick are not worth it. I rather spend this value for some other cigars out there. - Submitted by jimmy81 on April 11, 2009

Review #38: OCT 07 A nice big cigar- well crafted, excellent draw and razor sharp burn. Intoxicating aroma and enhanced Cuban taste. - Submitted by neuticles on March 16, 2009

Review #37: Hola. I've been resting my three single Murallas in the humidor for a year and a half. This afternoon I tried my first one. It was time waiting and reading good things about this cigar. Other posts describe well this superb smoke, I'd like to add: Maybe it was early to light a Muralla, certainly more time will improve it even more. However it is today a very ready top quality cigar, deep, rich and multi-dimensional smoke full of tones. I consider cigars like this the top of the value of Cuban craftsmanship, the quality of the leaf used, superb filler blend balance harmony, and all beatifully dressed to please for an hour and half. I also think Muralls is in that class of cigar masterpiece designed to smoke alone, a secret conversation between the cigar and the smoker, to enjoy all things this cigar may tell you, a social even would ruin that conversation, just a drop or two of a good spirit would be welcome. Enjoy it as much as I did. - Submitted by olisiponense on March 8, 2009

Review #36: Wow, some aged Mote A's. That hopefully will be a treat! I have never smoked one and I hope they are everything you wanted. Enjoy! - Submitted by Rich Golodner on March 6, 2009

Review #35: Anyone come across a fake Muralla? If so, what was/were the indicator/s? Thanks - Submitted by lsrf13 on February 16, 2009

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